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are thinking you're heading that way, do not, do not come on campus. i want to bring in mike brooks who worked in law enforcement for years and years. and, mike, let's just you and i walk through what we know right now as we're looking at these pictures, coming into cnn for first time, what more do you know? >> well, brooke, we're hearing also from our affiliate kprc, they have one person detained there on campus. where on campus? we don't know. they don't -- they're not sure if this is the person who was the active shooter there, on the campus of the lone star college, harris north campus, they don't know. but i've been watching this for a number of minutes before i came on with you, brooke. and i've seen at least two, possibly three people that they had been working on, the ems has been working on, there on the scene. we don't know the conditions of anyone injured there. we don't know whether or not this person they have detained again is the active shooter that was there on campus. >> all right, mike. what is happening as we see this tremendous law enforcement presence? how do they, as we k
are still out of work. my next guest knows exactly how they feel. mike is a business owner who lost everything in 2008. i mean everything. now he's overcome that financial ruin and runs two businesses with revenues worth $50 million. congratulations. >> thank you. >> it's been a roller coaster ride. you've known tony for 17 years. and you've been up and down in that period of time. >> correct. >> tell me quickly the journey you've been on. >> i started off coming from a very challenging background, single mother, raised by a single mother. had no education. and really, no hope. and what i always say, i was lucky that i was put in front of an icon of empowerment. >> he is. every time i interview him, i feel empowered. >> that's true. what he is is an incredible educator. by the grace of the universe i was able to fall in the lap of this educator. he helped get me out of that place where i was, where there was no home. >> he was homeless at the time. what i love about mike's story, is mike just didn't help himself, he started a small business to start with. one of the young women who
of the dreamliners that have been grounded here. >> biggest party you have ever been in. >> vivian and mike green join us. they're on their last day before mike deployed to bahrain. we appreciate it. he's going on his fifth deployment next week. and you're here tonight for your last date. so many people watching think this is entertaining and it's amazing and it's fun. for you, it's something more than that. >> oh, yeah, he's going to dance with me. he promised. he never dances. i think i get at least one slow song, one fast song. >> why is this ball so important, the commander in chief ball where you're going to be? >> for us, because it's for the military families. we obviously could not have come to this one. we'll be upstairs with all of our military friends enjoying an amazing night out, celebrating the inauguration. >> piers has a couple questions for your husband, but first, you have two little boys, and they don't know he's going away yet, right? >> we talked about it. something we did on saturday was a national day of service, we did care packages, and we were able to talk to them about
clinton was elected president. >> that must have been a fun one. >> it was a hoot. it was a fun time. mike mccory was working with a group that was organizing that and got me a ticket and i wore a tux. >> people dress up for this. >> still fits. >> and that is something to really be proud of. good for you. obviously this is really not supposed to be at all about politics in the sense it's supposed to be a nonpartisan event but is really is about parties here in washington. we'll take you to two parties. they're already starting. after this. copd makes it hard to breathe, but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporo
waiting in the wings. >> okay. i want to let dana put her mike on mute for a moment so we can be very clear here when we mention the word theatrics, look, oftentimes words and images constitute theatrics in order to highlight what a politician's standpoint is. the good senator is trying to make a point about what these look like. it's an image issue as opposed to a capacity issue but it's an issue that those who are concerned about this feel mare tore yous. let's listen as the senator takes the podium. let me bring in joe johns as we await. joe, listen, when we say very quickly that the provisions in this bill go farther than the 1994 ban, that raises hackles for a lot of people. give me a better indication of how you can go farther than 94. >> it's all about the characteristics that are banned. you are absolutely right. characteristics were banned in the '94 ban. basically, the gun couldn't have two things and if it had two things, it was designated as an assault weapon. this ban, we're told, is going to have a single characteristic ban. if there's any one of the things that makes it
, it puts more on the others. that's why mike's so absolutely correct. >> let me talk to you about drones, this has been a fascination of mine, the increase of drones and but is it doing more harm than good the increased in drones. they are extraordinarily effective and they're a tool that we have to do. the problem is, every time you take a shot, you need to do a calculati calculation. and i think we have done that in the past. we didn't put american boots on the ground, we didn't accept risk. it can lower the threshold for decision making to take action. >> civilians get killed. the program really kind of stepped up in mid 2008 and it got stronger as time went on. now i would suggest to you in 2008, we were very much focused on what were clearly imminent threats against the homeland, because we saw what was going on inside al qaeda training camps. so for that period of time, and for a period of time afterwards, that was a compelling concern. that was the one that drove your actions, even though you knew you had secondary effects out here that one day you're going to have to live with. i
ability. one of president obama's open mike moments. i did get the sense, i mean, you're saying he's not going to see this again. you got the sense in his making that speech that he's not going to make a speech like that -- he doesn't have an opportunity to make a speech like that again in this moment in history, in this moment in his presidency, and i felt like these were a number of things he wanted to say. >> i think he was speaking to history. he has spent a lot of time looking at other inaugurals and saying what do these inaugurals say about who we were as a country at that time. he was speaking as much to the history, i'm going to weigh in on climate change, i don't want to be not on the record on climate change, i don't want to not be on the record about the lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender issue. i want to be on the record. i'm a man who stood with the future, not with the past of this country. >> one of the things he said, the way it was interesting he said it, was to kind of throw down the gauntlet to the republicans, and yet to say, we're all in this together. so it wa
because her mouth is so close behind the mike, that's lip syncing. who knows? if she can lip sync that well, she's even more amazing. >> exactly. >> thanks to both of you. everyone, let us know what you think about beyonce. next a recap of the best moment at least i thought from yesterday's inauguration and why, well, we're going to tell you why this moment was so important. a new look in this country. you kind of go like this and i'll tell you why. lots of thing. all waking up. connecting to the global phenomenon we call the internet of everything. ♪ it's going to be amazing. and exciting. and maybe, most remarkably, not that far away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. cisco. did you just turn your ringer off so no one would interrupt and.us?one. oh no, i... just used my geico app to get a tow truck. it's gonna be 30 minutes. oh, so that means that we won't be stuck up here, for hours, with nothing to do. oh i get it, you wanna pass the time, huh. (holds up phone) fruit ninja!!! emergency roadside assis
is so close behind the mike, that's lip syncing. who knows? if she can lip sync that well, she's even more amazing. >> exactly. >> thanks to both of you. everyone, let us know what you think about beyonce. >>> next a recap of the best moment at least i thought from yesterday's inauguration and why, well, we're going to tell you why this moment was so important. a new look in this country. you kind of go like this and i'll tell you why. ♪ [ male announcer ] how could a luminous protein in jellyfish, impact life expectancy in the u.s., real estate in hong kong, and the optics industry in germany? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. with investment information, risks, fees and expenses hey, buddy? oh, hey, flo. you want to see something cool? snapshot, from progressive. my insura
in washington, not everyone is on board. take republican senator mike lee. he quickly issued this statement in opposition to the gang's plan. here's what he said. reforms to our complexy and dysfunctional immigration system should not in any way favor those who came here illegally over the millions of applicants who seek to come here lawfully. the problem is without reform, there are 11 million people who are undocumented who are living in this country right now, and you can't just support them all. that's why everyone has hit a big wall until the pigs started flying today. miguel marquez spoke to some young people today, and here are their stories. this issue is very personal. >> three young latinos, they look, sound, and say they feel like americans. they're not. >> i identify myself with the american culture, but at the same time, the american society is like, no, you're not a part of us. >> rolando was brought here as a 7-year-old, wants to be a journalist. he was arrested in 2011. protesting legislation here that would limit access to a college education. he wants a clear path to citiz
't just the big three. mike miller could barely walk. mike, you look better now. you looked broken down last year. but still hit seven three-pointers in the final game. i don't know how he did it, because he could not walk. he looked like an old man. mario chalmers earned himself a nickname from dwyane wade, which i am not allowed to repeat. deron howard, grandpa, became the first member of the fab five to win a ring. and coach continually set the tone and kept these guys motivated the entire way. so that team mentality, with everybody doing their part, is what finally put the heat over the top. and it's especially impressive when you think about everything they've had to deal with over the last few years. this team inspired a lot of passions on both sides. and i'm just talking about their dance moves now. we saw that video, lebron. but even though i'm a little disappointed that the bulls didn't make it, i do want to congratulate the heat for a well-earned championship. lebron said it's about damn time. and i want to thank them for taking the time this afternoon to spend with wounded wa
up on the mike saying good job, dad, you didn't mess up. i guess she remembers from four years ago. >> it was simply adorable. call it our moment of zen, the kelly clarkson photo bomb. she was there to sing "my country tis of thee." and then look who popped out from behind her. can you imagine the caption contest going on on the air today. bill clinton was there shaking hands with a lot of people. kelly clarkson sang "america the beautiful." she was fantastic. brought the house down. >> some post inaugural late night laughs now. courtesy of jon stewart. listen. >> there were stars aplenty. who better to spot them than "good morning america" hostage george stephanopoulos. >> look at that crowd gathering now. that is morgan freeman i think on the capitol steps. bill russell, i'm sorry. thank you. >> now, in george stephanopoulos' defense, all tall people look alike to him. i see gray chins. i don't know! still, for the rest of the morning, he did a very good jb. right here, of course, we have venus and serena williams coming out. oh, look there, there is danny glover. oh, the dazzlin
, hey, joe, there is an open mike there. >> often i think people mock him for his stumbles. that was a terrific interview. you get the behind the scenes on some of the things that come out wrong sometimes, but he seems to say, the fact that he has that trust, that's a fair point. >> i think it's been a great marriage if you will. the presidents and vice presidents, often a marriage of convenience and this one seems to really be working. a great complimentary team. >> is joe biden considered to be a threat? sometimes he is posed as a little bit of a joke on the gop side. >> i don't think he's a joke. at the same time, it's a little hard for me to believe he will be a real contender in 2016. i think by all accounts, hillary clinton will have it if she wants it, and after that they have a pretty good bench. but i think joe biden is good at what he does. >> he said it right. he speaks the truth. a lot of trust, and been there a long time. it goes a long way in washington, d.c. >>> ahead on "starting point," the premiere showcase for independent films. zoraida live at sundance w
mike and battery. >> way to go, will. >> i'll give you mine. >> hurry up, dude, we don't have much time. >> i will point out in the spirit of self-awareness roland was pointing out the fighting on tv, this comes from a pundit, not a personal statement, pundits do a lot of yelling on tv. we should be aware what have we do for a living. >> tomorrow on "starting point" -- >> give me a butter knife. >> celebrates 25 years of "fan kohl" we'll have the stars of "phantom of the opera" on the show tomorrow. >>> "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. >>> standoff, a champion of gun control unveils sweeping new vision that could impact and outrage millions of americans. >>> women will finally get to serve in combat areas but not right away. >>> above the world and well below zero, you think it's cold where you are? the researchers at this observatory say they have the world's worst weather. >>> and soon it will be hard to find a large soda in new york city, but now there's a new argument to keep those giant drinks around. "newsroom" starts now. good morning, i'm carol costello, than
fell in love with a fictional character. >> reporter: richey believes te'o is mike many of her clients, a target of a cruel hoax. >> the bottom line is, there's money. they'll always ask for money. >> reporter: te'o told espn he never gave money to his so-called girlfriend though admits she wanted to send him money and asked for a checking account number. he says he refused to give it. >> it's hard for people to accept the fact that this person doesn't exist. nothing's going to match up, phone numbers aren't going to match up, addresses aren't going to match up. >> reporter: in most cases once the money dries up, the scammer disappears and manti te'o's case, his girlfriend faked her death. >> my clients are truly embarrassed of what has happened to them in their life. they don't want to talk to their friends, their family. they've depleted their bank account. they feel completely humiliated. >> reporter: humiliated and left facing questions, how could it happen in the first place? deborah feyerick, cnn, new york. >>> it is still shocking though, right? >> i think there are questions th
as the obama and biden families. what we're listening to now -- you can probably hear it over our mikes -- this is ps-22 from staten island, this choir who has become famous in their own right, wolf, even performing at the academy awards in 2011. the voices are absolutely beautiful. they're really getting everyone going here right now. >> because they're so young, they give the sense of hope and the future because you have these kids out here, it's just a really -- it's a wonderful affair. >> let's take a look. you see the presidential motorcade there. now they've left the church across the street from lafayette park over at the white house. they call it the beast because that's a highly fortified vehicle, that presidential limousine. the presidential limousine. you're looking at the presidential motorcade there, returning from the church. they'll be going back to the white house, and fairly soon they will once again get into the motorcade and make that drive down pennsylvania avenue over to the -- over to capitol hill, where they will be joining all of us here. you see the motorcade go
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